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RE: thai surf« Reply #1 on: September 01 2004 03:09:00 »
clint...its easy as pie to hire boards in phuket but theres not much of a choice,so dont expect anything special....boards can be quite expensive to buy...a local told me he paid the equivalent of $900AUS for a new board...so bring your own would be the best deal...Ive just returned from phuket on the 14th august and now is the best time for waves...plenty of action,just hope you score good clean stuff...I did,check out the foto i submitted if they put it up that is...good wave hunting..!!
RE: thai surf« Reply #2 on: September 04 2004 03:09:00 »
hey my name is andy in thailand for a few weeks on my way to indonesia and thinking of headin down to phuket for some surf.is there any spots between bangkok and phuket anyone would recomend for a surf?